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THREE RIVERS — After being closed to the public for the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carnegie Center for the Arts Director Donna Grubbs said it is “wonderful and exciting” to be back open. “We're so happy to be back up and open, and it's been a little bit of a time,” Grubbs said. “...
THREE RIVERS — A local township’s contribution to the Three Rivers Public Library was one of the big topics discussed at Tuesday’s TRPL Board of Trustees meeting. Interim Director Bobbi Schoon told board members she has been in contact with representatives of Park Township since January about their...
THREE RIVERS — The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging announced in a press release Monday their enrichment centers in Sturgis and Three Rivers will remain closed for activities and other programs “until further notice.” Monday’s news is a reversal of plans approved at their July 15 advisory...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON St. Joseph County Prosecutor John McDonough (highlighted) talks with county commissioners about his office and how it has been performing as of late during Wednesday’s executive committee meeting of the Board of Commissioners.
CENTREVILLE — County Prosecutor John McDonough’s job is safe for now. Following 15 minutes of discussion during Wednesday’s executive committee, commissioners said they could not ask for McDonough’s resignation as prosecutor. Commissioners invited McDonough to Wednesday’s meeting to answer...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Graduates of Centreville High School’s Class of 2020 throw their caps in the air during Sunday’s commencement ceremony, held at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds in Centreville.
CENTREVILLE — Sixty-five days after what would have been their original commencement ceremony, it is now official for the 77 students of Centreville High School’s Class of 2020. They have graduated. It became official during Sunday’s commencement ceremony, held at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Class of 2020 representative Brooklynn Haney smiles as she leads the graduates in the ceremonial turning of the tassels during Friday’s brief commencement ceremony in the student parking lot of Constantine High School.
CONSTANTINE — The 110 graduates of Constantine High School’s Class of 2020 were recognized for their accomplishments Friday night with both a parade through town and a special commencement ceremony. Constantine High School Principal Travis Walker said the events have been in the works since late...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday on the new Metro at Maple Lane project on North Main Street in Three Rivers. Participating in the ceremony were (from left to right) Larry Piper of Clark Logic, Jorge Santiago of Clark Logic, Jamie Clark of Clark Logic, Tim Cane of architect Eckert Wordell, Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce President Christy Trammell, Kristen McEnroe from Kadant Johnson, Ryan Collins of Frederick Construction and Janice Collins, Ryan's mom.
THREE RIVERS — The north side of Three Rivers could look very different in the near future. On Friday, members of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce, Clark Logic, Frederick Construction and others broke ground on a brand-new renovation project at Maple Lane Plaza on North Main Street that...
CENTREVILLE — With the fall semester only weeks away, Glen Oaks Community College officials said in a press release Tuesday they shared its Preparedness Plan for Campus Reopening with students earlier this week via their college email. “The plan addresses guidelines and expectations for the main...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Police Department Friday submitted a warrant request to the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office requesting charges for a man who allegedly caused a fatal hit-and-run in June. Police are requesting that 27-year-old Thomas Stambaugh be charged with driving on a...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is the Carnegie Center for the Arts Friday. On Tuesday, the Three Rivers City Commission approved a revised resolution supporting the potential sale of the historic Carnegie building at 109 N. Main St. to the Carnegie Center.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers city commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday once again supporting the potential sale of the historic Carnegie building at 109 N. Main St. to the Carnegie Center for the Arts. The resolution passed was not a final purchase agreement, but rather a revision to the legal...

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